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Would you spend a Month in Iran if the trip was free ?

CAPISCE 2013/02/13 08:09:45
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  • HAlex1972 2013/02/22 09:08:30
    yes
    HAlex1972
    Being a history buff, a month in the land of Persia would be enlightening.
  • Brandon Michaels 2013/02/14 22:11:46
    yes
    Brandon Michaels
    If I were allowed a suitable weapon for defense, then yes. But if I were totally unarmed in that heckhole of a place, I would gladly decline. Probably just as well go to Somalia.
  • baxter 2013/02/14 11:55:14
  • Noor 2013/02/14 10:13:30 (edited)
    yes
    Noor
    +2
    It is a gorgeous country, great geographical and architectural beauty. The food is great. The people are friendly. I would go there in a New York second. The Iranians I have known have all been cultured, elegant, clear, and excellent companions. It is Israel and Saudi Arabia that I would avoid like the plagues they are.
  • CAPISCE Noor 2013/02/17 15:33:33 (edited)
    CAPISCE
    Have a nice trip--don't eat any pork chops if you value your head
  • Gid 2013/02/14 04:22:56
    No
    Gid
    This nation is bad enough in terms of out of control government.
  • Zepland 2013/02/14 03:34:04
    No
    Zepland
  • Dandydon 2013/02/14 02:41:13
    No
    Dandydon
    +1
    Can i have a hot dog with chili and cheese,instead?
  • xxx 2013/02/14 01:33:02
    No
    xxx
    +1
    No thanks
  • Just Call Me Friend 2013/02/14 00:11:08
    No
    Just Call Me Friend
    +1
    Not only no, but HELL NO!
  • Avenged7 2013/02/13 23:59:19
    yes
    Avenged7
    +1
    Sure I love to travel to other countries. I travel to europe all the time, and once to north Africa. So it would be interesting to see Iran!!!!
  • Cocktails 2013/02/13 22:34:09
    No
    Cocktails
    +1
    Not if you paid me!!
  • Tennessee3501 2013/02/13 22:00:57
    yes
    Tennessee3501
    +1
    If Sandra Bullock were able to accompany me!
  • timberwolf Tenness... 2013/02/14 03:54:30
    timberwolf
    +1
    lol...
  • Kurt 2013/02/13 21:58:10
  • HillaryLover 2013/02/13 21:15:21
    No
    HillaryLover
    Neither Iran, Pakistan, Syria, China, North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, nor Egypt. Come to think of it, I would not spend a month in Texas, and I was born, raised and own land there.
  • Mytstar ~PWCM~JLA 2013/02/13 20:45:24
    No
    Mytstar ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Not even if the trip was free AND I got paid a butt load of money on top of it
  • Jackal 2013/02/13 18:52:47 (edited)
    yes
    Jackal
    +1
    To understand Iran.





    The most efficient way to defeat your adversaries is to understand them. - Sun Tzu, Art of War.



    I believe that Iran is not really the bad guy. There is to much propaganda against Iran to have me believe that they are the enemy. So when I say to understand them , doesn't mean they are my adversaries. It means that I would go there to find the truth of who the real criminals are. I am sworn to protect America from all threats... foreign and DOMESTIC.
  • Sterling 2013/02/13 18:31:58
    No
    Sterling
    North Korea maybe...
  • me 2013/02/13 18:31:20
  • rbeas 2013/02/13 18:19:14
    yes
    rbeas
    No. I dont think you would be able to leave in one month. Jail there is forever.
  • sbtbill 2013/02/13 18:13:13
    yes
    sbtbill
    It would be very interesting and probably lots of fun. Lots of history there.
  • Danielle 2013/02/13 18:05:19
  • Tastentier 2013/02/13 17:45:31
    No
    Tastentier
    +1
    And be accompanied by a "guide" the entire time who makes sure that tourists don't see anything the Iranian regime doesn't want them to see? No, thanks. If I visit another country, I'd like to be able to move around freely. Even China allows tourists to do that nowadays.
  • Tristan_Clements 2013/02/13 17:36:20
    yes
    Tristan_Clements
    Errrrrm yeah most definately
  • Vic Mackey 2013/02/13 17:34:04
  • Buttbeard Vic Mackey 2013/02/14 00:58:41
    Buttbeard
    har har! my favorite comedian!
  • Jesterz 2013/02/13 17:28:32
    yes
    Jesterz
    +3
    Absolutely!

    Lots of very interesting historilcal sites, rich cultural venues, excellent spicy foods, and the Iranian women are beautiful... So yeah, I'd go for sure!
  • superangrymonkey 2013/02/13 17:27:23
    yes
    superangrymonkey
    +1
    Sure, why not? They hate America? So does everyone else. I've never been to Iran.
  • Skeezix superan... 2013/02/14 07:15:00
  • superan... Skeezix 2013/02/14 15:40:17
    superangrymonkey
    I don't. I hate government but that's not the same thing.
  • DavideShalome 2013/02/13 17:21:37
    No
    DavideShalome
    +2
    why would I spend my money there and support their economy?
  • Eddie_DOMA_is_dead 2013/02/13 17:17:07
  • sbtbill Eddie_D... 2013/02/13 18:14:11
    sbtbill
    Good points. I'd still go.
  • Eddie_D... sbtbill 2013/02/13 20:39:51
  • Friday - Just the Facts 2013/02/13 17:13:54
    yes
    Friday - Just the Facts
    +1
    Absolutely. The people of Iran are wonderful people who have always been very warm towards Americans.
    It's the religious extremist leaders who are the problem but, no more of a problem than our own religious extremists here who have no problem railing against anyone how doesn't follow there prescribed religious doctrine... Gay Rights & Abortion are their main issues and if you don't go along you end up like Dr Tiller, remember how Bill O'Reilly called him "Tiller the Baby Killer"... then he was shot dead by a religious extremist! , or Dr. David Gunn, or Dr. John Britton and James Barrett, or Shannon Lowney and Lee Ann Nichols, or Robert Sanderson, an off-duty police officer, or Dr. Barnett Slepian who were all killed by AMERICAN RELIGIOUS EXTREMISTS! In Fact More Americans have been killed by American Religious Extremists than by Iranian Religious Extremists!
    american religious extremist
  • Tastentier Friday ... 2013/02/13 17:30:48
    Tastentier
    +3
    The wonderful people of Iran are so warm because they're huddling around burning US flags and chanting "death to America!"

    people iran warm huddling burning flags chanting death america

    people iran warm huddling burning flags chanting death america

    people iran warm huddling burning flags chanting death america
  • Friday ... Tastentier 2013/02/13 18:33:12
    Friday - Just the Facts
    +1
    Almost looks like a Teabagger protest! Only they would need a few "don't tread on me" flags and some images of our own president dressed like a Witch Doctor or the Joker to burn!
  • Tastentier Friday ... 2013/02/13 19:19:20 (edited)
    Tastentier
    +1
    Yes, there is a certain resemblance. Probably because they're both wearing goofy hats :-) But the teabaggers -- as well as the Occupy movement, I might add -- remind me a lot more of these protesters for some reason:

    wearing goofy hats teabaggers occupy movement add remind protesters reason

    wearing goofy hats teabaggers occupy movement add remind protesters reason

    Not that I'd compare Obama to Mubarak, mind you. Obama is just another hand puppet of America's corporate owners, who pulled Dubya's empty suit off their wiggling fingers and then rammed those same fingers deep into Obama's keister. It is this corporate and banking mafia that both the Occupy protesters and the teabaggers rose up against, with the result that the corporate media made both of them look like complete idiots (which, admittedly, didn't take a lot of effort in some cases).

    My point is that when Egyptians or Libyans protest against their corrupt leaders, it's a revolution, an Arab spring. But when Americans do the same, they're either peppersprayed and beaten by jackbooted thugs, or made to look like complete idiots by both the media and its brainwashed consumers who buy into the two-party scam and believe the lie of the lesser evil (a group that appears to include you).
  • Tastentier Friday ... 2013/02/13 19:19:31 (edited)
    Tastentier
    Yes, there is a certain resemblance. Probably because they're both wearing goofy hats :-) But the teabaggers -- as well as the Occupy movement, I might add -- remind me a lot more of these protesters for some reason:

    wearing goofy hats teabaggers occupy movement add remind protesters reason

    teabaggers occupy movement add remind protesters reason httpwww imemc orgattachme

    Not that I'd compare Obama to Mubarak, mind you. Obama is just another hand puppet of America's corporate owners, who pulled Dubya's empty suit off their wiggling fingers and then rammed those same fingers deep into Obama's keister. It is this corporate and banking mafia that both the Occupy protesters and the teabaggers rose up against, with the result that the corporate media made both of them look like complete idiots (which, admittedly, didn't take a lot of effort in some cases).

    My point is that when Egyptians or Libyans protest against their corrupt leaders, it's a revolution, an Arab spring. But when Americans do the same, they're either peppersprayed and beaten by jackbooted thugs, or made to look like complete idiots by both the media and its brainwashed consumers who buy into the two-party scam and believe the lie of the lesser evil (a group that appears to include you).

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